Evading Arrest or Detention
Evading Arrest is a felony in certain circumstances. Evading arrest is the act of fleeing from an officer who is attempting to arrest the evader. Texas Penal Code, Section 38.04.
Felony Evading involves a vehicle or boat or has a previous conviction.
If the evader has previously evaded, then the act is a state jail felony (up to 2 years state jail). If the actor uses a vehicle or boat to avoid the officer, the evader is a third degree felony (up to 10 years in prison).
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